Docker is a tool for packaging and shipping apps. Based on the idea of a shipping container, it provides a standardized way for developers or system administrators to create lightweight images, or collections of images, for each element of an application, and then easily and quickly deploy the image. Since the image is standardized, it can be uniformly deployed on development or production, leading to a much simpler workflow, faster development time for the dev team, and lower management... Topic: virtualization software
To help you understand how VMware Virtual Infrastructure works, lets first provide some background on VMwares virtualization technology. I am going to compare what are the differences between a traditional hardware server and a virtual server? The so called Virtualization layer is represented by ESX Server which installs on a bare metal and separates operating system and applications from hardware and firmware by presenting a virtualized CPU, memory, hard drives and network cards to the... Topic: VMWare Virtualization Free Training
byBorja Sotomayor1, Kate Keahey1,2, and Ian Foster1,2
Virtual machines provide a promising vehicle for controlled sharing of physical resources, allowing us to instantiate a precisely defined virtual resource, configured with desired software configuration and hardware properties, on a set of physical resources. We describe a model of virtual machine provisioning in a Grid environment that allows us to define such virtual resources and efficiently instantiate them on a physical Grid infrastructure. We argue that to properly account for, and... Topics: virtualization, hypervisor, overhead
Network processing elements in virtual machines, also known as Network Function Virtualization (NFV) often face CPU bottlenecks at the virtualization interface. Even highly optimized paravirtual device interfaces fall short of the throughput requirements of modern devices. Passthrough devices, together with SR-IOV support for multiple device virtual functions (VF) and IOMMU support, mitigate this problem somewhat, by allowing a VM to directly control a device partition bypassing the... Topics: Virtualization, Operating Systems
Vagrant is a powerful tool for creating and managing virtualized development environments. In this session, I'll walk though how to deploy a local Drupal development stack with Vagrant. This makes it easy to spin up a new virtual machine for running Drupal complete with Drush and your Drupal install.What makes vagrant so awesome?Setting up Vagrant is easy on any operating system, you just have to install Vagrant and VirtualBoxVagrant is an open-source tool that runs from the command lineIt lets... Topics: Virtualization, Vagrant, NYCCamp2013
A full-color beginner's guide to the core concepts and skills of virtualization Virtualization is the IT world's hottest trend in recent years, and many colleges do not yet have curricula in place to prepare students for this important area. This guide fills the need, with a learn-by-doing approach to mastering the core elements of virtualization. Each chapter clearly outlines what is covered, thoroughly discusses the concepts, and engages readers with hands-on tutorials. The book covers how... Topics: Virtualization Essentials, Wiley, Virtualization Essentials Matthew Portnoy, pdf
Cloud computing is a very budding area in theresearch field and as well as in the IT enterprises. CloudComputing is basically on-demand network access to acollection of physical resources which can be provisionedaccording to the need of cloud user under the supervision ofCloud Service provider interaction. In this era of rapid usageof Internet all over the world, Cloud computing has becomethe center of Internet-oriented business place. For enterprises,cloud computing is the worthy of... Topics: Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Cloudlet, CloudSim.
oin Matt, Mike, and Wess in the first LIVE episode of The New Tech... Watch the guys get into random conversations from Felix Baumgartner to Deadpool... to Netgear switches and Meraki Wireless... They even talked about the future of The New Tech, announcing The New Tech Podcast Network, The New Tech November Nerdcore Challenge 2012, and probably more! Head over to http://thenewtech.tv to join in and participate, and catch them LIVE again in two months on December 15th, 2012 at... Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY
If you missed out on the second LIVE show: Now you can catch up with Matt, Mike, and Wess in the recording of the second LIVE episode of The New Techâ¦ Watch the guys take on subjects like Legalized Marijuana to the new iPad Miniâ¦ from Disneyâs Star Wars takeover and Windows 8 and horror flicksâ¦ Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY
Episode 5 is full of all new things: Mike is starting a new project arcade with plans for modularity, and Matt debuts a new segment for Practical Problem Solving with a quick Bluetooth hack and a concept Crash Cart for servers. Mike is starting up the Modular Arcade project. Walking through the install and some customization of MAME and the MaLa front end. Matt explains some day-to-day issues he has/had and comes up with easy solutions to both of them in TWO Practical Problem Solving segments. Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY
On this episode of The New Tech... Matt's back with virtualization, and building a cost effective home server lab using enterprise components in as little space as possible. Meanwhile, Mike's filling in for Wess who has been slammed with work out in Colorado. You may have seen posts referring to the "Ultimate Privacy Monitor" on the internet, but Mike's going to show you how simple it really is, and if you have an old monitor laying around the house that hasn't been used in years,... Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY
In this podcast, Shai Fultheim from ScaleMP provides an update on the company's recent announcements and previews vSMP 5.5 Foundation software.vSMP Foundation aggregates multiple, industry-standard, x86 servers into one single virtual high-end system. This flagship product provides customers with an alternative to traditional, expensive multiprocessing (SMP or NUMA) systems and also offers simplified clustering infrastructure with a single operating system."Learn more at... Topics: supercomputing, VSMP, ScaleMP, Virtualization, vSMP Free, HPC
In this slidecast, Yoram Novick from Maxta describes the company's new software-defined, VM-centric Storage solutions."The complexities and high costs of traditional enterprise storage are magnified in the virtual data center," said Yoram Novick, Founder and CEO of Maxta. "After being told repeatedly that expensive storage arrays are the only way to support enterprise applications in virtualized environments, IT organizations finally have an alternative to storage arrays that... Topics: cloud, insidebigdata, maxta, richreport, storage, virtualization
Episode 4 brings both our ESXi Home Lab, and XBOX 360 Fightstick conversion projects to a conclusion. BIG COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS in this episode, so PLEASE watch the whole thing! Matt goes over how to install ESXi without the use of a CD-ROM drive, or a remote access controller. For the followup blog posts on how to configure persistent storage, as well as installing vCenter, check below. ESXi Home Lab Post Install Tasks â Part 1 ESXi Home Lab Post Install Tasks â Part 2 (Coming Soon)... Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY
To enable Grid scalability and growth, a usage model has evolved whereby resource providers make resources available not to individual users directly, but rather to larger units, called virtual organizations. In this paper, we describe abstractions that allow resource providers to delegate the usage of remote resources dynamically to virtual organizations in applicationindependent ways, and present and evaluate an implementation of this abstraction using the Xen virtual machine and Linux... Topics: virtualization, grid computing, resource management, distributed
Cloud delivers on demand services through virtualized infrastructure; however there are variety of security challenges that suppress the growth of it. One of the key security issues are protecting the virtual machine from threats posed by other Vm’s so as to ensure a reliable Infrastructure as a service. So we propose a security model for IaaS wherein the VM's dependability is ensured through trusted computing. The hardware root of trust provided as the secure layer beneath the VM ensures... Topics: Virtualization, Trusted Platform Module, Homomorphic Encryption
Presentations from the KVM Forum held on August 15-16, 2011 in Vancouver Canada. For those unfamiliar with KVM it stands for Kernel-based Virtual Machine and it is a full virtualization solution for the Linux operating system on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). KVM is the hypervisor that is part of the Linux kernel. For a better understanding, you are strongly encouraged to look at the slides while watching the videos. Included is a zip file that contains... Topics: KVM, Linux, Virtualization, Free Software, Open Source
Proxmox VE is a complete open source (GNU licence) virtualization management solution for servers. It is based on KVM full virtualization and OpenVZ container-based virtualization and manages virtual machines, storage, virtualized networks, and HA Clustering. Info on this archive: http://amrc.altervista.org/proxmox-ve-released-iso-archive WARNINGBe careful running old versions in production, since bugs may be present and expose your system to vulnerabilities! It is recommended to use always... Topic: linux virtualization proxmox kvm openvz gpl
Conferencia de Alfonso de la Fuente sobre VirtualizaciÃ³n (Hay una mÃ¡quina dentro de mi mÃ¡quina) impartida durante el Hackmeeting de 2007 en Guernica. http://www.sindominio.net/hackmeeting/index.php/2007/Nodos/Virtualization ( 1 reviews ) Topic: virtualization virtual machine hacking hackmeeting conferencia hacktivismo virtualbox
On this episode of The New Tech Mike, Matt, and Wess all have things to show!!! Mike finally gets to build his long lusted after arcade cabinet with a little help from his friends! Matt dives into a whole home media center solution because Boxee loves to screw with their fans. The notes showing you step by step how to setup your own whole home media center with Plex can be found at http://thenewtech.tv/tech-life/setting-up-a-multi-room-htpc-with-plex And Wess is here to show you the beginnings... Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY, FLOPPY, COPY, COMMUNITY
This video is of the proceedings from the 2007 New England VMware Users Group Conference that took place at the L.L.Bean Headquarters in Freeport, ME. Topics: Virtualization, VMware, DR, Business, Computers, Technology, VDI, Intel, AMD
These videos are of the proceedings from the 2007 New England VMware Users Group Conference that took place at the L.L.Bean Headquarters in Freeport, ME. Topics: Virtualization, VMware, DR, Business, Computers, Technology, VDI, Intel, AMD, Conferences
From the first ever Ontario Linux Fest, Ross Chevalier speaks about Xen Virtualization on OpenSUSE. This video is an assembly of parts of Ross' presentation. Topic: Xen,Ross Chevalier,Ontario Linux Fest 2007,Virtualization
The cloud radio access network (C-RAN) concept is a strong candidate for next-generation wireless networks due to its flexibility, scalability, increased asset utilization, and energy savings. While resources are centralized in C-RAN architecture, wireless resource virtualization (WRV) can offer substantial capacity increase and efficiency gain. This paper provides solutions for virtualizing C-RANs wireless resources and sharing them between multiple mobile network operators (MNOs). The... Topics: Wireless resource virtualization, C-RAN, ICI management, resource allocation
Episode 6! This marks the first Community segment to grace a full episode! So we wanted to really make it the focus of the episode... so we didn't do anything else! That's not REALLY what happened, you can find out more by watching! Check out Famicoman and his Floppy Copy magic! Then join Matt and Mike on the couch for some real moments! As always, hit up the website at http://thenewtech.tv Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY, FLOPPY, COPY, COMMUNITY
Matt tries as many different ways as he can to say âFor a dollar a dayââ¦ and Mike just kicks Mattâs ass all over the Mortal Kombat arena in this Behind The Scenes of The New Tech Episode 6. Topics: DIY, COMPUTERS, HACKING, VIRTUALIZATION, VMWARE, PRIVACY, FLOPPY, COPY, COMMUNITY
System security and availability are the factors seriously affected due to memory vulnerabilities. Buffer overflow attacks still pose a significant threat to the security and availability of today’s computer systems. Our proposed system is to provide adequate protection against buffer overflow attacks as most of existing solutions terminate the vulnerable program when the buffer overflow occurs, effectively rendering the program unavailable. Our System, SafeStack, can automaticallydiagnose... Topics: Securing Stack Overflow Vulnerabilities, Memory Access Virtualization, Automatic Patches, SafeStack
In this podcast, Matt Herreras and Josh Simons describe how Hybrid Cloud powered by virtualization offers increased scientific agility for HPC workloads. Learn more: http://cto.vmware.com/author/joshsimons/Watch the video presentation: http://wp.me/p3RLHQ-baU Topics: hpc, supercomputing, VMware, Hybrid Cloud, HPC Virtualization, RichReport, Cloud HPC
InfoSystems is hosting the Technology Convergence Showcase, an event that will highlight technology solutions for business, at the Sheraton Read House Hotel on August 28th. Experts will be demonstrating technology from IBM, PanTerra networks, Veeam, Brocade SAN Health, Net Health, Mitel Unified Communicator Advanced, Virtualization Voice Revolutionized, and more. Luncheon keynote speaker Kim Lawrence, Decosima CPA will be discussing Why 2012 is the best year to invest in technology. Lunch... Topics: Technology Convergence Showcase, InfoSystems, virtualization, analytics, technology solutions
Virtualization is one of the fundamental technologies that makes cloud computing work. However, virtualization is not cloud computing. Increase in use of Desktop Virtualization has become quite difficult to centrally manage user’s authentication and authorization in unified mode. In this paper we will analyze the existing unified authenticationarchitecture and then see the implementation of enhanced unified authentication and authorization architecture. Further we will compare advantages and... Topics: Desktop Virtualization, Single Sign On, Desktop Cloud, Oauth
This talk will take you on a journey from an old, badly understood, insecure and hard to maintain infrastructure to a new, shiny well known, well tested, automated and secure replacement - a transition made using lxc containers and docker.io. Starting with a gentle introduction to docker and lxc, it'll move on to discussing how to use them to take control of and audit an organically grown environment. Topics covered will include: how to design a container based architecture how (or if) to run... Topics: docker, perl, computer languages, system administration, virtualization, computer programming,...
Now using Wirecast and broadcasting live to Justin.TV, Category5 Technology TV looks at installing Windows 7 in a virtual machine on Ubuntu Linux, how to get Santa Claus to send a video to your kids (or naughty co-workers), and get your final chance to win a Brother MFC-6890CDW all in one printer. Topics: technology, windows 7, virtualbox, ubuntu, linux, virtualization, tv, technology, tech, santa,...
Speed up your web site with the SmartOptimizer minifyer / compressor all-in-one PHP script. Installing unMenu in unRAID Server. Handy Firefox add-ons for web developers. Encrypting individual files and folders in Ubuntu Linux. Mark Shuttleworth stepping down as CEO of Canonical Ltd. Copying files recursively using the Linux terminal. This is a one-hour live show that also answers viewer questions, so a lot of topics are covered within the show. See the page for all topics covered. Topics: technology, category5 tv, robbie ferguson, ubuntu, linux, virtualization, tv, technology, tech
The future Internet will rely heavily on virtualization and Cloud networking.The project Security for Future Networks (SecFuNet)1 proposes the design of a frameworkproviding secure identification and authentication, secure data transfer and securevirtualized infrastructure.In this paper, we present some of the most important ones currently available and wepresent a comparative study should examine some models and frameworks of IdentityManagement. Initially, we had identified OpenID, Higgins and... Topics: Microcontrollers, Single Sign-on, Security, Identity User-Centric, Virtualization, Cloud Networking.
Unless you've been to Mars and back the past couple of years, chances are that you've heard something about virtualization. It is one of the hottest trends in technology right now, yet market adoption is still in its early stages. "Virtualization" is not however, a generic term that defines every type of technology. "Containers," "hypervisors," "paravirtualization" and "OS virtualization" are distinct approaches - each having its own application... Topics: NYLUG, Linux, Free Software, FOSS, FLOSS, computers, techonology, Open Source, Alex Istomin,...
Haikel Guemar - The Lightweight Cloud Servers War Begins [EuroPython 2015] [20 July 2015] [Bilbao, Euskadi, Spain] Docker has introduced a new model of deployment solving the infamous "Deployment Matrix from Hell" by using containers. But this also brought the spotlight back on the Operating System side, and following the trails of CoreOS and Atomic Host, a new generation of Cloud Servers are born by using containers instead of traditional RPM/DPKG/tarball/whaterver packages model to... Topics: Photon, Snappy, atomic, cloud, Virtualization, community, docker, infrastructure, Best Practice,...
Jim (@jcollison) is joined this week by Mike Faucher (@PcDocsWorld) and Michael Martis (@MikeMartis) for Show 121! The third podcast in the series on Virtualization, we have the guys from the BYOB Podcast.You can find Mike Faucher at http://thedocsworld.net/You can find Michael Martis at http://www.racecarmike.com/Join us for the how live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live. Topics: Hyper-V, Jim Collison, Michael Martis, Mike Faucher, Virtualization, Windows Server 2012, Windows...
Robbie and Bekah resolve the 2-part series they began on Episode 307: converting a real, physical system into a virtual machine using free software. Topics: technology, virtualbox, virtualization, windows, windows 7, virtual machine, mergeide, how to, linux
An approach has been presented in this paper in order to generate a secure environment on internet Based Virtual Computing platform and also to reduce energy consumption in green cloud computing. The proposed approach constantly checks the accuracy of stored data by means of a central control service inside the network environment and also checks system security through isolating single virtual machines using a common virtual environment. This approach has been simulated on two types of Virtual... Topics: green cloud computing, multi- tenancy, virtualization, data integrity, computer science journal,...